*The winner of this contest is #267, Amanda M, who said: “I would love a delicious (and also not grainy) recipe for Alfredo sauce… I’ve only found recipes that come out lumpy, grainy or just plain gross. Great giveaway!” Email me at mel @ melskitchencafe dot com and I’ll send your cookbook along, Amanda!*

To enter the giveaway for the awesome, brand, spanking new Cook’s Illustrated Cookbook, leave a comment on this post telling me what recipe you hope to find and love in the new cookbook. Have you been searching for the perfect snickerdoodle? Maybe it’s here! Tomato soup? Bet they’ve covered it.

Leave a comment with the recipe you hope to see in the cookbook and you’ll be entered to win a copy of the new cookbook.

It’s huge. It’s awesome.

The contest will close Wednesday, the 19th, and a winner will be announced sometime around then or maybe Thursday. How’s that for noncommital? It’s a busy week, what can I say. And actually, if you notice from the winner posted above – I completely changed tactic and announced a winner Tuesday night. Congrats, Amanda!

Good luck! And don’t worry, if you don’t win, you can go here to purchase the cookbook for yourself or for a special someone.

May the force be with you!

1,316 Responses to Cook’s Illustrated Cookbook Giveaway!

  1. Taylor says:

    Crock pot anything. Not much of a cooker so anything that is easy is for me~

  2. Connie says:

    I would like to investigate and experiment with more recipes pertaining to devil’s food cake. It is my favourite cake. Does CI have one?

  3. Carol says:

    I would *love* a wonderful lemon pie recipe. But this cooler weather makes me crave all kinds of soups, too!

  4. Ironically, I am on the hunt for a good tomato soup recipe. We’ve tried a bunch and found some okay ones but not *the* one, yet. 🙂

  5. Brittany says:

    I would love to win this! I am always searching to find a better version of just about everything i make. I’m really looking for a good potato soup recipe though.

  6. Shivani says:

    I just bought my first butter nut squash and I’m intimidated by it so any recipes to help me tackle this fall delight would be great!! Also, as I am in love with fall foods, pumpkins recipes, specifically a pie would be a most excellent treat! Thanks for all you share Mel!

  7. Hilary says:

    I have been looking for years for a perfect sugar cookie recipe. They are my husband’s favorite! I’ve been told that the best ones have sour cream. Haven’t found it yet, but haven’t given up either.

  8. Mia says:

    I love to cook and I love soup, I’m hoping there will be a fabulous soup recipe. I have various soups I enjoy cooking but I’m looking for a special one to add to my inventory 🙂

  9. Canda Ashworth says:

    I would love to find a good ratatouille recipe! I found one on myrecipes, but I know there are some bomb dot com ones out there that are calling my name!

  10. Kris says:

    Side dishes….I am always on the search for something new. Love your website….just found out that my daughters find their favorite recipes on your site, too!

  11. Bonnie Fuhriman says:

    I would love to find a great recipe for homemade Italian Dressing. I love their show and would love all of the recipes in a cookbook.

  12. LeeAnne Tucker says:

    Thank you!

  13. emdalling says:

    A mock rotisserie chicken recipe. Something that taste similar to the real deal.

  14. candy k says:

    I would love to find more recipes that use smoked paprika and cumin.

  15. Sarah Swanson says:

    Valerie (reader who was wanting a veggie lasagna recipe), I found the BEST vegetarian lasagna from Cook’s Country (not even sure if you’ll see this post), but here’s the link. http://www.americastestkitchen.com/recipes/detail.php?docid=31252&incode=M**ASCA00
    By far the best I’ve made.

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